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This adorable water feature, complete with two playful squirrels, is sure to become the main focal point of your garden. Water gently runs from the tap and pours down in to the stacked bucket and barrel below. This water feature is crafted from polyresin and is UV and frost resistant.
This adorable water feature is made out of high quality polyresin material which is lightweight, durable and long-lasting. Combining classic looks and modern manufacturing techniques, polyresin is also both frost and UV resistant, helping this water feature to withstand the elements. The delightful squirrels will surely add some character to your garden while the sound of gently trickling water is sure to bring a sense of calm and peacefulness to any surrounding.
Why solar power? Solar powered water features allow you to enjoy all the benefits of a water feature without the need of mains power.
"Great we got what ordered"
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 November 2018
"I like it thank you its great"
Reviewed Friday, 9 November 2018
"Very disappointed with this as it only works when the sun is strongly shining directly on the solar panel. So not very often. Total waste of money."
Reviewed Thursday, 9 August 2018
"Good customer service, delivered on time, item as described and just what I wanted, only thing is water stops at the merest hint of a cloud!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 31 July 2018
"Love it suits my garden well"
Reviewed Friday, 13 July 2018
"Item is lovely, works well and loved by my Mum"
Reviewed Saturday, 30 June 2018
"Very good and works well."
Reviewed Monday, 21 May 2018
"Easy to build lovely in the garden only got solar a panel to work it . beautiful"
Reviewed Monday, 14 May 2018
"Very good quality and value for money. I'm already enjoying the sound of running water while I potter around my garden"
Reviewed Monday, 30 April 2018
"A very good product that works really well when the sunshine."
Reviewed Thursday, 12 April 2018